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Architects On New Music: “We Want To Keep Getting Better”

"We are very hard on ourselves but those are the standards that we set."

Architects have been discussing their upcoming and as-yet-untitled new album.

"When we finished the last tour, that was when we knew the writing was really going to start taking shape" vocalist Sam Carter explains.

"It's been a lot of work but it seems to be flowing really naturally. It's almost like now we have too much stuff. We now have to trim it back and work on each song individually. It's really coming together."

"It's just a lot of pressure" drummer Dan Searle adds.

"The circumstances are unique and the attitude should be seeing as we have lost Tom is to make something half decent. We want to keep getting better but the odds are stacked against us. It almost sounds arrogant or deluded for me to say that we want to keep getting better but that is our ultimate goal."

"I think people know that we have really high standards" Sam continues.

"If we didn't truly think it was good or better than 'All Our Gods Have Abandoned Us' then it wouldn't come out. We are very hard on ourselves but those are the standards that we set."

"We're not going to make any promises about when we are going to deliver the album" Dan concludes.

"We have enough pressure on the band already without deadlines."

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The band are set to play London's Alexandra Palace on February 03 with support from While She Sleeps and Architects.